Peter F. Sugar and Ivo J. Lederer, eds., Nationalism in Eastern Europe (Far Eastern and Russian Institute Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe, Number 1), Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1969. 465 pp. $15.00

Peter F. Sugar and Ivo J. Lederer, eds., Nationalism in Eastern Europe (Far Eastern and Russian... BOOK REVIEWS - COMPTES RENDUS Peter F. Sugar and Ivo J. Lederer, eds., Nationalism in Eastern Europe (Far Eastern and Russian Institute Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe, Number 1), Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1969. 465 pp. $15.00. The history of Eastern Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, despite its close ties, its "generation gap" relationship, with developments in Western and Central Europe, makes little sense without careful study and evaluation of the varieties of specifically East European nationalism. In fact, as the nine separate essays comprising this volume indicate, to a greater or lesser degree the history of the different peoples of East Europe is the story of their interrelated national awakening and evolution. The essays include studies of the origins, development and implications of nationalism among the peoples making up the eight states of Eastern Europe today: Albania (Tajar Zavalani), Bulgaria (Marin V. Pundeff), Czechoslovakia (Joseph F. Zacek), Greece (Stephen G. Xydis), Hungary (George Barany), Poland (Peter Brock), Romania (Stephen Fischer-Galati), and Yugoslavia (Ivo J. Lederer). An extensive introductory essay by co-editor Peter F. Sugar, "External and Domestic Roots of Eastern European Nationalism," provides an invaluable analysis in depth of various factors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Southeastern Europe Brill

Peter F. Sugar and Ivo J. Lederer, eds., Nationalism in Eastern Europe (Far Eastern and Russian Institute Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe, Number 1), Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1969. 465 pp. $15.00

Southeastern Europe , Volume 1 (1): 98 – Jan 1, 1974

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© 1974 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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BOOK REVIEWS - COMPTES RENDUS Peter F. Sugar and Ivo J. Lederer, eds., Nationalism in Eastern Europe (Far Eastern and Russian Institute Publications on Russia and Eastern Europe, Number 1), Seattle and London: University of Washington Press, 1969. 465 pp. $15.00. The history of Eastern Europe in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, despite its close ties, its "generation gap" relationship, with developments in Western and Central Europe, makes little sense without careful study and evaluation of the varieties of specifically East European nationalism. In fact, as the nine separate essays comprising this volume indicate, to a greater or lesser degree the history of the different peoples of East Europe is the story of their interrelated national awakening and evolution. The essays include studies of the origins, development and implications of nationalism among the peoples making up the eight states of Eastern Europe today: Albania (Tajar Zavalani), Bulgaria (Marin V. Pundeff), Czechoslovakia (Joseph F. Zacek), Greece (Stephen G. Xydis), Hungary (George Barany), Poland (Peter Brock), Romania (Stephen Fischer-Galati), and Yugoslavia (Ivo J. Lederer). An extensive introductory essay by co-editor Peter F. Sugar, "External and Domestic Roots of Eastern European Nationalism," provides an invaluable analysis in depth of various factors

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